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the post debate bounce. hillary clinton pulls out in front of donald trump in a new cnn poll. debate day for the running mates. tim kaine and mike pence get one shot and opportunity to sell themselves and their bosses to american voters. hurricane matthew ready to strike for haiti and cuba. when the south coast could feel the impact. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans in new york. >> i'm john berman live in
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farmville, virginia. 4:00 a.m. in the east. this is longwood university in farmville, virginia where in a few short hours, it will host the one and only vice presidential debate. democrat tim kaine of virginia and mike pence will talk about the top of their tickets. after a busy day for pollsters, hillary clinton has a lead over donald trump in the wake of the first presidential debate. clinton tops trump among five points. one factor. an increase of support among independents. a month ago, they broke heavily for trump. now making a move to clinton. secretary clinton is taking steps toward the enthusiasm gap. 50% of supporters are excited in
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voting for her. another key finding in the wake of the report that donald trump went nearly two decades without paying income tax. 86% of people polled say paying taxes is a civic duty. and 12% say it is an unnecessary burden. the polling period ended before "the new york times" published the report that he took a $916 million loss to avoid paying a penny in federal income tax for up to 18 years depending on the calculation. trump is now joining his top surrogates and calling that an act of genius. cnn's jason carroll is with the campaign in colorado. >> reporter: donald trump wrapped up his debate here in loveland, colorado trying to turn the tables on the
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controversy involving his taxes. he used the tax laws as any good morning. 22 minutes past the hour right now. we are live at longwood smart person would do to turn his company around during a real university in farmville, virginia. where in just a few hours, the estate depression during the '90s. he said he did what he could to vice presidential candidates mike pence and tim kaine will what he said minimize the burden shake hands. on himself and family. christine and john, he readily it will be their one and only admitted to the crowd here that debate which takes place at he benefitted from knowing the 9:00. governor mike pence as the chief tax system. >> the unfairness of the tax executive of indiana goes into laws is unbelievable. suffering a loss in a federal it is something i have been appeals court. talking about for a long time. you heard me talking about it. a three-judge panel overruled despite being a very big ben the attempt for syrian families to resettle in indiana. the judges say there is no evidence that syrian terrorists efficie beneficiary. i must admit. are posing as refugees or refugees have ever committed but you are more important than acts of terrorism in the united my being a beneficiary. states. they called the suggestion we will straighten it out and make it fair for everybody. nightmare speculation. governor pence argues his policy >> reporter: trump also is not discriminatory and aims
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criticizing hillary clinton to protect the citizens of saying she is the candidate that indiana. the white house says focuses on small, petty things. everyone's patience with russia has run out. he calls her the candidate of that as press secretary josh distraction. that is interesting because donald trump has been called by some being easily distracted. earnest's decision as their decision to suspend talks with they want him to focus on the issues heading into the debate a few days away. moscow. moscow failed to live up to the christine, john. >> thank you, jason. on the democratic side, hillary commitments. clinton campaigning in eastern it blames russia on syrian civilians. cnn's nic robertson is live in pennsylvania with her daughter chelsea. she is escalating her efforts to turkey. attack donald trump on the tax. nic, what do the russians want? what do the americans want? let's go to cnn's jeff zeleny why did the united states walk for the latest on that. away? >> reporter: look, through all >> reporter: john and christine, of this year, john kerry has hillary clinton in pennsylvania today after monday in tried his best to get a deal battleground, ohio. the first time she visited the with the russian foreign state in nearly a month. arriving as donald trump leading minister sergei lavrov to allow the conditions of the cease-fire five points in a quinnipiac poll in ohio. hillary clinton is hoping to and humanitarian aid delivery. close on the gap by seizing on
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every time secretary kerry got the tax returns. she has been asking for months close to what he thought was a deal, the terms of the deal, he left up to russia to convince what is he hiding? on monday, she told voters. >> in other words, trump was syria and president bashar al taking from america with both hands and leaving the rest of us assad to make good on the with the bill. commitments for cease-fire and then you all know that in the aid delivery. every time push came to shove, debate he said it was smart to every time the united states was waiting for russia to put that avoid paying taxes. pressure on assad, it didn't yesterday his campaign was happen. this time it is worse. bragging it makes him a genius. what happened in that agreement a couple of weeks ago in geneva, here's my question. i was right there and what what kind of genius loses $1 happened in that agreement, the billion in a single year. russians and syrians hit an aid >> reporter: the clinton campaign seizing on that revelation on the tax returns. convoy. and now this is something going after his business acumen in one sense and he has not been everyone sees the only logical contributing like most americans conclusion is that russia is not do to the military and other committed to a political federal programs your tax goes outcome. only to a military outcome. to. the clinton campaign realizes beyond that it is breaking limits. international and humanitarian donald trump supporters are loyal and locked in. laws. targeting civilian areas and it is the voters in the middle.
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college educated women voters infrastructure. namely hospitals. the state department has been they interested in. that is a reason hillary clinton left with no other course other is in pennsylvania today as she than to say russia is not making good on its promise and is not watches that vice presidential debate in virginia tonight. committed to the same peace we the united states are committed john and christine. to achieve in syria. >> thanks, jeff zeleny. christine. >> just fascinating and a sad new york's attorney general turn certainly for the people in ordered the trump foundation to aleppo and syria. stop raising funds. thank you, nic robertson, for that. 25 minutes past the hour. attorney general says trump's hillary clinton waking up this charity did not have the proper morning with a lead over donald trump in a new national poll. certification to solicit funds. find out which voters she's this move follows the report in captured after the debate. the washington post that the coming up. foundation raised $25,000 from outside donors. the trump campaign -- this isn't right. what happened is the trump campaign was raising money from outside donors in amounts greater than $25,000. you need to be certified to do that. the trump foundation did not have that certification. the new york attorney general ordered them to stop soliciting funds. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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for their tickets. and hurricane matthew headed ""you don't want to ride the 13l checkiforever, do you?"ore?" straight for cuba and haiti. when the coast could feel the "credit karma huh?" impact. welcome back to "early start." "yeah, it's free." i'm christine romans in new york. "credit karma. give youself some credit." >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour. i'm in farmville, virginia. at longwood university. at 9:00 p.m., the one and only vice presidential debate. you can see people here already waiting for this big event. tim kaine and mike pence will be here to sell themselves. most importantly to advocate for the tops of their tickets. hillary clinton has jumped out to a new lead over donald trump in the wake of the first presidential debate. call it a bounce. in the latest cnn/orc poll, clinton leads 5 points by likely voters. one is an increased support of independents. after the debate, they moved 25
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points toward hillary clinton. secretary clinton is taking steps to closing the enthusiasm ga gap. 50% of supporters say they are enthusiastic of voting for her. that is up from four points in september. enthusiasm among donald trump has ticked downward two points over the same period. another finding of the poll in the wake of the report that trump had gone two decades without paying federal income tax. 86% of registered voters believe paying taxes is a civic duty. some polled say it is an unnecessary burden, some being 12%. this poll was before the published report of $916 million loss on the 1995 taxes. that loss could have allowed trump from paying a penny in federal income tax for up to 18 years. trump is now joining his
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surrogates and calling that an act of genius. cnn's jason carroll is in colorado with the latest on the campaign. >> reporter: donald trump wrapped up his debate here in loveland, colorado trying to turn the tables on the controversy involving taxes. he said he used the tax laws as any smart person would do to turn his company around during what he called a real estate depression during the '90s. he said he did what he could do quote minimize the burden on himself and on his family. welcome back this tuesday morning. christine and john, he also 13 minutes past the hour. readily admitted to the crowd hurricane matthew bearing down here that he benefitted from on haiti with heavy rain and knowing the tax system. 145-mile-an-hour winds. >> the unfairness of the tax forecasters fear a catastrophic laws is unbelievable. blow to the poor island nation. it's something that i have been this is a category 4 storm. talking about for a long time. you heard me talking about it. it's also expected to hit jamaica, bahamas and cuba where despite being a very big hurricane warnings are posted. for the latest, let's go to beneficiary. i must admit.
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cnn's patrick oppmann. i'm a big beneficiary. that is a fierce storm, patrick. but you're more important than >> reporter: absolutely. my being a beneficiary so we're it is terrifying. going to straighten it out and they know a lot about hurricanes in this part of cuba, but not make it fair for everybody. seen a storm like this in >> reporter: donald trumps also generations. criticizing hillary clinton saying she's the candidate that right now, haiti is being lashed focuses on quote, small, petty by the winds and waves and things. probably storm surge later into he called her the candidate of the day. then it is cuba's turn. distraction which is unusual because trump has been accused we expect hurricane matthew to turn a little bit to the west by some in his party of being and cut across eastern cuba easily distracted. of course, they want him to before continuing on to the focus on the issues going forward heading into the debate bahamas and potentially to the now just a few days away. u.s. later in the week. today it is slow moving and christine, john. >> jason for us. powerful storm is expected to thank you. on the democratic side, hillary impact where i am right now. clinton will campaign today in eastern pennsylvania with her daughter chelsea. she is expected to escalate cuba's second largest city in santiago. attacks on trump's effort to pay people are securing the roofs and cleaning up the marketplaces little or no taxes as she did on which don't have much on a good day and going to western union monday in ohio. let's go to jeff zeleny for the to get money from relatives in latest on that. florida. >> reporter: john and christine, officials are telling people to hillary clinton campaigning in
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get to shelters and take pennsylvania today after preparations. if this is a glancing blow, it spending monday in battleground ohio. the first time she has visited cuts across the east of the the state in a month. island, it will have a powerful, arriving as trump was leading in powerful effect. the quinnipiac poll in ohio. 145-mile-an-hour winds and that is just going to be devastating clinton is seizing on trump's for people in the area. tax returns. >> it will. everyone prepare and keep us she has been saying what is posted. patrick, thank you. trump hiding. on monday in toledo, ohio, she so what kind of threat could told voters. matthew pose for the eastern >> in other words, trump was taking from america with both hands and leaving the rest of us part of the u.s.? let's get the latest from with the bill. then you all know that in the meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> john and christine, this is debate he said it was smart to the first storm to make landfall across haiti since 2010. avoid paying taxes. yesterday his campaign was this is not just a small bragging it makes him a genius. hurricane. a category 4 storm system. here's my question. what kind of genius loses $1 the storm surge on the peninsula could be up to 11 feet high. billion in a single year? the population density is also extremely high. >> reporter: the clinton campaign seizing on the we are talking 1.5 million revelation of the tax returns people living in haiti. going after his business acumen this area indicated in white. in one sense and he has not been
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contributing to the military and 20 plus inches of rainfall. other federal programs that your taxes go to. the clinton campaign realizes the mountainous regions have very little to no vegetation. there are limits to the argument. donald trump supporters are that will lead to flash flooding loyal and locked in. it is the moderate voters or and mudslides. when you look forward, confidence is high with the bahamas of the storm system. college voters they are when you go thursday into the interested in. that is why she will watch that latter portion of the week, vice presidential debate in carolinas will get some rough virginia. new york attorney general weather with matthew and northeast from saturday into sunday. ordered the trump foundation to the storm system will bring in not only large waves along the stop raising funds immediately. coast, but heavy rainfall. the charity does not have the guys. we have to watch that proper certification to raise careful money and without that, the carefully. the supreme court rejected a request to rehear a case on the foundation avoided audits. president's immigration plan. back in june, the eight-member that move finds that it has been years since trump donated to his court blocked the program to foundation. the post questions where some of the money has been going. protect millions of undocumented the trump campaign says it will immigrants from deportation. cooperate with the investigation
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they will wait for the ninth and also accusing eric justice which could lead to schneiderman acting from overturning the lower court. this is the victory for the 26 political motives. states to challenge the new this morning, kelly president's executive actions ayotte from new hampshire says the justices refuse to consider she misspoke during the debate with her challenger. the appeal by the washington when she said that donald trump redskins challenging the law that bars the offensive would absolutely be a good role model for kids. trademarks. they are fighting over six watch this. >> would you tell them to be trademarks with the nickname like donald trump? would you point to him as a role that disparages model? >> i think that certainly there native-americans. are many role models we have and indiana governor mike pence getting ready for the vice i believe he can serve as presidential debate here in virginia, but he suffered a president. absolutely i would do that. stinging defeat from the federal >> so that's what she said during the debate. court. find out what that's about next. a statement after senator ayotte said i misspoke tonight. i hope all our children would aspire to be president, neither donald trump nor hillary clinton have held up to be president.
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she says she does not endorse donald trump, but she plans to vote for him. in the race for new hampshire is tight right now. could be the key race to determine the senate going forward. as for farmville, virginia at longwood university, a one-time face-off. vice presidential candidates go head-to-head. mike pence of indiana or the democratic senator of virginia tim kaine. cnn is here all day. the debate at 9:00 eastern. watch it all here on cnn. what about the man who currently holds that job? the current vice president of the united states. joe biden sits down with chris cuomo here on cnn. he will explain why he is on the trail campaigning so hard right now for hillary clinton. that comes up on "new day" in the 6:00 hour.
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christine. i look forward to that. thanks, john. latest cnn poll shows a tight race for voter. the economy and jobs. we asked voters who would handle the economy better. before the first debate, trump had a 15--point lead. trump earns an edge with trade. 49% of voters picking trump over clinton who would better handle foreign trade. this is a main issue with the trump campaign. voters favor clinton on income inequality. she could better handle the income gap. finally, who is more in touch with middle class problems? 53% pick clinton. 11% say neither one. 38 minutes past the hour. the big story this morning. hurricane matthew bearing down.
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people of cuba and haiti and jamaica dealing with the 146-mile-an-hour winds. a live report straight ahead.
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welcome back. 43 minutes past the hour. hurricane matthew is bearing down on haiti with heavy rain and 145-mile-an-hour winds. forecasters are fearing a catastrophic blow to the island nation. category 4 storm expected to hit jamaica and bahamas and cuba. for the latest, let's go to cnn's patrick oppmann. patrick, bracing for a big storm here. >> reporter: absolutely, christine. haiti is lashed by matthew's winds. it is cuba's turn this afternoon and later in the week, bahamas
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and the united states. i'm here at santiago and the state media is blasting out messages to tell people to prepare and evacuate where they expect to see storm surge which could wipe away homes and boats and people. cubans are taking this very seriously. we are seeing people tie down their roofs. we see people loading up on supplies. this is a very poor country. they lack resources. they have a lot of experience. they dealt with hurricanes over the years. they are still recovering from hurricane sandy here. it ripped through this city of 500,000 people causing a lot of damage. while they have a lot of experience, no one has seen a hurricane like this in generation. we see president raul castro warning people they have to be ready because of the powerful storm. it will have a major impact.
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>> patrick, stay safe and keep us up to date on the preparations as you prepare for the storm. the big threat to haiti right now. what threat could matthew pose for the eastern seaboard? let's get the latest from meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> john and christine, good morning. the first storm to make landfall across haiti since the earthquake in 2010. a lot of people put to the test with the storm that is not just a small hurricane, but a category four storm system moving ashore at 8:00 in the mortgage. the storm surge at the peninsula could be up to 11 feet high. we are talking about 1.5 million people living on the western periphery of haiti. this area indicated in white is 20 plus inches of rainfall. the mountains rise to 9,000 feet and 90% of the mountains have little to no vegetation which
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means it could lead to runoff. you go thursday into the latter portion of the week and it hugs the eastern seaboard, the carolinas will get rough weather with matthew and the northeast from saturday into sunday. this storm system will bring in potentially not only large waves along the coast, but heavy rainfall. guys. >> we have to watch this closely for several days. the supreme court has rejected a request to rehear the case on the president's immigration plan. back in june, the eight-member court upheld the ruling that would protect undocumented immigrants from deportation. they decided to wait for a ninth justice. this is a victory for the 26 states that challenged the president's executive actions.
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the justices also refused to consider an appeal by the washington redskins challenging a law that bars offensive tradema trademarks. redskins are fighting over cancellation of the logos. the team says it violates the first amendment. hillary clinton slamming wells fargo over the fake account scandal. she says the bank is a bully. we will explain when we get an early start on your money next.
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good morning. 51 minutes after the hour. we are live at longwood university in farmville, virginia with the future of america behind us. some students out here on the lawn already. they can't wait for tonight when the vice presidential debate
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takes place. mike pence and tim kaine shake hands. this could be a serious policy discussion we get at 9:00 eastern time. mike pence as governor of indiana goes into the debate suffering a loss in the federal appeals court. a three-judge panel overruled the attempt to block syrian families from resettling in indiana. the justices say there is no evidence that syrian terrorists are posing as refugees or syrian refugees have committed acts of terror in the united states. the judges call the suggestion nightmare speculation. governor pence says this is not discriminatory and aims to protect the citizens of indiana. u.s. suspended talks with russia over the syrian cease-fire. josh earnest says russia lost credibility by making a series of commitments without keeping them. the syrian regime allies bombing
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locations into submission. we have michelle kosinski with more. >> reporter: it is interesting with the evolution of this. we have heard strong language from the white house describing russia's behavior in syria. calling it barbaric. and this is a real test to see how willing they are to live up to commitments and willing to fight groups like isis and al nusra. after the bombing of the convoy after the cease-fire, that raised the question hasn't russia already failed that test? the white house's response was yes, they have. the white house didn't want to close the door as they put it to a cease-fire because they see that as the best possibility in the near term to get the aid to
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the people there who are suffering. then the question became how far does russia have to go for the u.s. to close that door and now we see the answer. the u.s. has closed the door to those negotiations. listen. >> i think everybody's patience with russia has run out. russia. they've also spent a great deal of credibility in making a series of commitments without a clear indication they were not committed to follow them. they have been reduced to either acting unilaterally or supporting the iranians in dropping bunker-busting bombs on civilian hospitals in aleppo. it is outrageous. >> reporter: now when you ask the white house what happens next and what about the humanitarian need in syria? the white house seems to put the
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onus back on russia. russia has a lot to lose. russia is extremely isolated right now. sounding like the possibility is there if russia wants to come back to the table. that may be a possibility. the white house is not saying that in so many words. instead, the president is weighing a range of options. john and christine. >> thank you, michelle. the situation on the ground in syria is deteriorating. senior diplomatic editor nic robertson is live in turkey. >> reporter: good morning, christine. a bunker-busting bomb dropped on the hospital in aleppo. 275,000 civilians live in that area. according to the u.n., they are down to 29 doctors now.
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the medical situation there is utterly precarious. the bunker-busting bomb dropped by the syrians and backed by the russians was the third strike on the hospital in a few days. what is happening is a huge international worry. now the last hope that really was on the table, the russians could be convinced to use their pressure and influence on assad to back off on targeting civilians in aleppo. what appears to be happening right now is the will of the rebels to hold out in what is a barbaric siege situation is being tested at the moment. so without other alternatives on the table now to bring about a cease-fire and bring about the humanitarian aid delivery, the u.n. is worried.
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you have to see how saudi arabia is reacting to this who has been an ally of the united states, but pushing the united states to put more troops on the ground. how is turkey going to react? they wanted a more robust response. we are entering uncharted terrorist. thank you. time for an early start on your money. dow futures are higher after the small drop. we started the final quarter of the year. stock markets in europe risie sharply. look at oil. it's down. a sign of unease this morning. ahead of britain's exit from the eurozone. the pound is the lowest point against the dollar since 1985. good for travelers booking a trip there. hillary clinton slapping wells fargo for the fake account
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scandal. here is what she told supporters in ohio. >> one of the nation's biggest bank bullying employees into committing fraud. it is outrageous in that wall street wrecked our economy. bankers are playing fast and loose with the law. >> donald trump has been silent, but on sunday, one adviser called the wells fargo actions stupid and greedy behavior. the state of illinois suspended most of the ties to the bank. california made a similar move last week. six years of steady growth, auto sales could be running out of gas. sales of new cars ar remains st. deep discounts are not luring buyers. ford suffering the biggest loss. down more than 8% over the month. fiat chrysler lost 0.9%.
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here's what is concerning. labor day is one of the biggest sales weekends of the year. there are generous deals out there. nearly $4,000 a vehicle. the previous record was set back in december of 2008. "early start" continues right now. >> the post debate bounce. hillary clinton pulls out in front of donald trump in a new cnn poll. debate night for the running mates. tim kaine and mike pence get one shot to convince the country to vote for their tickets. hurricane matthew headed right for haiti and cuba. find out when the east coast could feel the powerful storm. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans in new york. >> i'm john berman. i'm in farmville, virginia. it is tuesday, october 4th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. i'm at longwood university.
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this is the site where in just a few hours we will have the vice presidential debate. you can see the fan lining up early right now. hours before the main event at 9:00 tonight. tim kaine and mike pence get one shot. one opportunity to sell themselves and most importantly to advocate for the top of their tickets. hillary clinton has jumped out to a new lead over donald trump. some call this a debate bounce. in the latest cnn poll, clinton leads by five points among likely voters. one factor is an increase in the clinton support among independents. a month ago, independents broke for trump. after the debate, they moved 25 points toward hillary cl
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